Podcast 23

Show Notes:

Dr. Vance Ginn was our guest, his website and his Twitter.



Podcast 10

Show Notes:

AP story on the jobs numbers with great information (via Marketplace)

Good things happening in the economy

John Tamny podcast interview regarding his book The End of Work

On Tax Reform 2.0:

We Need A ‘Tax Cuts And Jobs Act’ 2.0

Five things to know about Trump tax cuts: Phase two

Scalise: “We want to make all the tax cuts permanent.”

Tax cuts 2.0 can be done by November elections: Congressman Brady

Sack It

American Crossroads is at it again. I love this ad. The message is strong, very strong, and it’s concise. But, what I love most is the incumbent President being ignored, speaking, with the volume on mute. It aptly conveys the fact that what Obama says does not matter, it’s just empty rhetoric.

Dismal Employment Numbers Show Need For New Direction

Well lower than expected, a mere 96,000 jobs were created in August. As the numbers lay out, for every one worker that enters the work force, four workers are leaving the work force. I’ll leave it to our loyal readers to let us know how long it will take for those numbers to work out well. The worst number of all may be the number of Americans capable and qualified, yet currently not in the work force: 88,921,000

Obama accepts praise Thursday night in Charlotte.

GPH-Consulting.com pic from NYMag.com
nymag.com

“This is not even close to what a recovery looks like,” Romney’s running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), said Friday of the jobs report. – via The Hill.

11.2%: Unemployment rate if labor force participation rate was the same as when Obama took office. – via James Pethokoukis.

Obama waves, feels our pain

GPH-Consulting.com from CNN.com
from CNN.com

Simply stated, there is no reason to believe that four more years of Obama, would be any better than the previous four years of Obama.

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If you’re so inclined, so extra reading:

Oh my, JPMorgan economist just absolutely destroys the August jobs report

Record 88,921,000 Americans ‘Not in Labor Force’—119,000 Fewer Employed in August Than July

Slow U.S. Hiring May Spur Fed